7 Ways to Trick Out Your UTV
Customization can turn a boring UTV into a truly one-of-a-kind vehicle. But what if you need a little inspiration for your ride? Here are just seven ways to personalize and accessorize your side-by-side.
LED lights will improve the safety and the style of your UTV. Not only will brighter lights give you greater visibility on the road, but if you mount them over your railing or behind your bumper, they’ll also give your UTV the look of a monster truck.
A fresh coat of paint is a cheap and impermanent way of customizing your ride. Add whatever colors or designs you’d like, and when you tire of them a few weeks, months or years later, simply re-paint your vehicle and do it all over again.
3. Surround Sound
There’s no sound like surround sound. In addition to blaring your tunes as loud as they’ll go, good side by side audio will also keep you informed of things like weather reports and GPS turns.
4. Cab Enclosures
Roofs, windshields and cab enclosures all serve dual purposes for your UTV. Not only do they present another way to add color and style to your ride, but they’ll also help protect you from the elements during a particularly hot or cold day.
Speaking of cold, you’ll definitely want to put a heater in your UTV. It may not be the kind of upgrade that gets envied around the track, but when you’re transporting firewood to and from your house in sub-zero temperatures, you’ll be glad you went to the trouble of installing it.
6. Skid Plates
Skid plates are good for the longevity of your vehicle, and certain manufacturers are also coming out with cool designs for the style-minded owner. There aren’t a lot of choices as of yet, but if you’re looking for a unique method of customization, skid plates could be it.
You’ll want harnesses if you regularly drive over rough terrain, but there’s no reason they have to be boring. Buy colorful or impressive-looking harnesses to amaze your passengers even while you’re protecting them.
These are just a few ways to add a little personality to your UTV. If you’re ready to say goodbye to a boring side-by-side and hello to a brand new vehicle, use these tips to make your UTV your own.